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UMA REVISÃO DA TEORIA DE REDES COM BASE NAS REDES MARÍTIMAS

THEORY-BASED STUDIES OF MARITIME NETWORKS A LITERATURE REVIEW

Santos, Carlos César Ribeiro; Pereira, Hernane Borges de Barros;

Literature Review:

Este artigo revê a literatura sobre redes marítimas, incluindo a identificação dos principais autores e sugerindo uma categorização dos tópicos associados. Sublinhamos a importância da teoria das redes na logística, que permite obter informação estratégicas e vantagens competitivas do transporte marítimo entre regiões. Analisamos 145 estudos técnicos/científicos sobre redes marítimas, incluindo artigos, teses, patentes, dissertações, e atas de conferências. Após definir critérios de inclusão e exclusão, selecionamos 103 estudos técnicos e científicos, cuja análise nos permitiu sugerir seis categorias de interesse: Portos, Economia, Carga em Contêiner, Segurança Marítima, Clusters e Soluções e Inovações Tecnológicas.

Literature Review:

This article reviews the literature regarding maritime networks, including identifying the essential articles and authors and suggesting a categorization of associated topics. The network theory in logistics demonstrates strategic information about and competitive advantages of maritime transport between regions. We analyzed 145 technical/scientific studies of maritime networks, including articles, theses, patents, dissertations, and conference proceedings. After defining inclusion and exclusion criteria, we selected 103 technical and scientific studies, whose analysis allowed us to suggest six categories of interest: Ports, Economy, Containerized Cargo, Maritime Safety, Clusters, and Technological Solutions and Innovations.

Palavras-chave: Teoria de Redes, Redes Marítimas, Revisão Sistemática, Categoria de Análises, Sistemas Marítimos,

Palavras-chave: Network Theory, Maritime Networks, Systematic Review, Category of Analysis, Maritime Systems,

DOI: 10.5151/siintec2021-208779

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Como citar:

Santos, Carlos César Ribeiro; Pereira, Hernane Borges de Barros; "UMA REVISÃO DA TEORIA DE REDES COM BASE NAS REDES MARÍTIMAS", p. 345-352 . In: VII International Symposium on Innovation and Technology. São Paulo: Blucher, 2021.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/siintec2021-208779

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